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Located in the heart of Reno, Nevada, the AAA Four Diamond Atlantis Casino Resort Spa has always been a favorite hotel destination for travelers near and far. Recognized for luxurious accommodations, dynamic casino action, TripAdvisor’s Top-Ranked restaurants, Reno’s only Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Spa and state-of-the-art meeting facilities, Atlantis offers everything you’re looking for and more.
Atlantis Casino Resort Spa is honored to be a recipient of the AAA Four Diamond Award. This prestigious recognition signifies the beauty and attention to detail eminent throughout the entire resort. Nestled at the base of the majestic Sierra Nevada mountains, Atlantis is ideally located on the strip in the heart of Reno’s restaurant, entertainment and shopping district. Atlantis is a resplendent oasis created for relaxation, rejuvenation and celebration. A favorite of resort destination travelers near and far, and voted Best Hotel & Casino for its exceptional and friendly service, Atlantis is truly second to none. Atlantis has rooms ranging from deluxe accommodations to Reno’s only Concierge Hotel Tower, with amenities to suit anyone from the vacationing family to the high roller or business traveler. Dine in one of our eight award-winning restaurants or enjoy our ten captivating bars and lounges, with daily social hour and happy hour. The world-class Spa Atlantis is the winner of SpaFinder’s Readers’ Choice Award for Best Hotel Casino Spa and boasts unique treatments and beneficial amenities. Our casino floor features Exclusive Premiere slots, a smoke-free poker room, Race & Sports book, and Reno’s only casino-wide progressive jackpot.Stay. Dine. Play. Spa. In Four Diamond Luxury.
Reno, with an impressive Riverwalk District, downtown whitewater kayak park, unmatched lineup of annual events and the gateway to unlimited outdoor activity, Reno has come a long way from its mid-1800s early days. Originally a small community known as Lakes Crossing that sprung to life to serve westward travelers, the town enjoyed growth from railroad extensions, legalized gambling, liberal divorce laws and, eventually economic diversification beyond the wild world of gaming. That means that today, Reno has a lot going on for locals and travelers alike.
Downtown Reno, formerly filled with casinos and tourist shops, enjoyed a renaissance of sorts over the past few years. The casinos are still there, but so are chic condominiums and apartments that come with stylish downtown living. Markets, coffeehouses, lounges, savory restaurants, a movie theater, breweries and various shops line what’s known as the Truckee River Arts District, culminating with the heart of this urban experience—The Riverwalk District. There’s also the Truckee River Whitewater Park at Wingfield Park, host of the annual Reno River Festival, the nation’s leading whitewater event. Just a few blocks east is the new Freight House District, an entertainment complex at the Aces Ballpark with bars and restaurants. To experience Reno’s newest, most up-and-coming part of town, head just a few blocks south of the downtown area to experience the MidTown District. Full of quirky, locally-owned shops and distinctive restaurants, this is one part of town you’ll definitely want to experience. Also downtown, visit the Nevada Museum of Art and the National Automobile Museum.
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